In Hugo Grotius and the Century of Revolution, Marco Barducci traces the use of the Dutch philosopher’s ideas in England from the reign of James I to the early Hanoverians. His emphasis is not on Grotius’s writings and ideas as a coherent body of work, but on the way in which they were used by a broad range of influential thinkers for a variety of purposes. Barducci reveals a rather eclectic use of Grotius’s work, with authors commonly taking a pick-and-choose approach to his doctrines and adapting them to specific
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